The Bischoff 720 A.T.S (Accurate Targeting System)

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Introduction: The Bischoff 720 A.T.S (Accurate Targeting System)

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Here it is: The Bischoff 720 A.T.S

This is my biggest and most sweet knex gun, and the shooting system is inspired on Killerk's firing system
It has a range of at least 175 ft and the accuracy is up to 110 ft!
I think it's my personal best because of the range.
Very fun when sniping on targets.

Pros:

-Kick ass design
-Can pierce a bucket from a distance of 3.5 m
-True trigger
-Two handles
-Very accurate
-Very powerful

Cons:

-The bipod isn't foldable

For short:
It's a very recommandable sniper rifle.

Step 1: Collecting Materials

Rods:
12 greys
8 reds + 1 red (bullet)
7 yellows
29 blues
114 whites
108 greens

Connectors:
110 yellows
44 greens
18 light greys
28 oranges
22 greys
32 reds
6 whites
2 dark blue

Exotics:
1 tan clip
2 metallic blue clips
3 y-shaped connectors
8 blue spacers
2 gray spacers

Also needed:
2 rubberbands
1 snapped rubberband
1 small rubberband
normal tape
duck tape

This is what you'll need to make the gun.

Step 2: Upper Stock

This part isn't necassery but it makes the stock a lot more resistance proof.

Step 3: Bullet Holder

This part is for letting go of the bullet when you pull the trigger.

Step 4: The Barrel

The most time consuming and finger torturing part of the gun, but it's necassery.

Step 5: The Trigger

This part is very necassery, assuming that it locks the bullet in place

Step 6: The Bi-Pod

This part isn't necassery but it comes in handy when sniping because you will have a stable base to aim.

build it twice.

Step 7: Rubberband Shooter

This part is to tie the rubberband in place and so that you can pull back the band.

Step 8: Stock

This part is pretty important for looks, strength and, it makes a comfortable handling when shooting.

Pic 5 needs to be built twice.

Step 9: Barrel Bars

This part is required because if you would'nt put it on, the barrel would be all shaky and that's a less accurate shot, which is annoying.

Step 10: Handle Bars

These parts are for a more comfortable handling of the gun.
and they spare you some painful fingers.

Step 11: The Bi-Pod 2

Connect the two bi-pod sides as shown.

Step 12: Putting Together the Barrel

pic 1: get the pieces
pic 2: bullet holder + barrel
pic 3: put them together
pic 4: barrel + barrel bars
pic 5: put them together
pic 6: rubberband holder + barrel
pic 7: put them together

Barrel Completed.

Step 13: Trigger + Barrel

Connect the trigger as shown on the pics.

Step 14: Trigger + Stock + Handles

pic 1: Trigger + Stock
pic 2: Put them together.
pic 3: Trigger and Barrel + Handles
pic 4: Put them together.

Basic model completed.
View next steps on how to load, which ammo you should use, how to put the trigger rubberbands and how to assemble the Bi-Pod.

Step 15: Ammo

The bullet is a red rod with a tan clip on the front and duck tape on the back for some stabilising when in the air.

Step 16: How to Put on the Trigger-rubberbands

Put the rubberbands as shown.

Step 17: How to Load

Put the firing band behind the tan clip.
pull it back.
click it on the y-shaped connector.

Step 18: Assemble the Bi-Pod

Put on the bi-pod as shown on the pictures.

Step 19: Your Done!!!

Well,
You've built yourself the Bischoff 720 A.T.S
Have freaking much fun with my knex gun!!!

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hey viccie is this a counter tension trigger im pretty sure but just wondering

yes it is and you need a lot of bands on the trigger

Thats bull i only used 2 and it is fine

I tried to build this but i didn't have enough pieces so i built a pistol version that resembles a desert eagle O.o

edit i built it and i relise how stupid of a question that was any way i cant get it to work right there was no way i can get a 64 to stretch that far so im using two but it keeps misfiring any ideas??

sorry for all these posts its working awesome now im using killerks srv2 round with duct tape fins and 1 64 on each side (i modified the front) and it is producing great ranges it hits the 150 foot mark with only a slight angle but i havent shot it angled yet cos im scared of losing the ammo lol anyway great sniper and thanks

I know its a late reply, but could you show pics of the mod

yo victor,can i use your siprani mech on a pistol im making, pretty plz?
it has a range of 70 foot and ill give u credit in the intro